Speeding driver killed after crashing into 2 cars on N. Freeway
HOUSTON, TX- A driver in a Mustang died after losing control of the vehicle and crashing into two cars on the North Freeway on Feb. 10th, the HPD reports.
At 6:45p.m., the red Ford Mustang lost control while driving south. The Mustang then hit a curb, a Toyota Tacoma and Mitsubishi Eclipse, and a fence. The driver had been speeding when control of the car was lost. The crash happened at 9100 North Freeway.
The 30 year-old at-fault driver was killed in the crash. The other two drivers were not harmed by the accident and their vehicles had low levels of damage.
There is an open investigation into this case.
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